It has been announced that Eureka Seven Hi-Evolution‘s second movie is set to open on 10 November 2019. The new movie titled Anemone: Koukyoushihen Eureka Seven (lit. Psalms of Planets Eureka Seven) will be showed in 107 cinemas in Japan. The long-awaited visual is showing Tokyo in flames and the series’ largest-sized Nirvash landing. It has not yet been revealed if this Nirvash is a friend or enemy of the human race.
Anemone: Koukyoushihen Eureka Seven
To open on 10 November 2018.
The days we were young.
Father left Anemone and went to the battle from which he didn’t return.
Regrets remained deeply in Anemone’s small chest.
Plush toy Gulliver and AI concierge Domini Kids were by her side.
Seven years have passed and Anemone was on the same battlefield where her father fell – in Tokyo.
Anemone is the key to the strategy executed by the experimental unit Acid, which has to fight the humans’ enemy ‘The 7th Eureka = Eureka Seven’.
The humans, who were being hunted by Eureka Seven, had no other choice but to put all of their hope and trust into Anemone.
And so Anemone dives into Eureka Seven.
Director: Tomoki Kyoda
Script: Dai Sato
Character Design: Kenichi Yoshida
Original Work: BONES
Main Mechanic Designer: Shoji Kawamori
Conceptual Designer: Kazutaka Miyatake
Design Works: Shingo Takeba, Kazuo Nagai, Yutaka Izubuchi, Masatsugu Saito, Eiji Nakada, Takuhito Kusanagi, Fumihiro Katagai, Takayuki Yanase, Shigeto Koyama
Sub Character Chief Animation Director: Shigeru Fujita, Ayumi Kurashima
Special Skills Director: Yasushi Muraki Design Works
Mechanic Animation Director: Kenta Yokoya
Main Animator: Hideki Kakita, Shuichi Kaneko, Ken Ootsuka, Shingo Abe, Nobuaki Nagano
Art Director: Kazuo Nagai, Yushi Honjo
Color Setting: Nobuko Mizuta
Editing: Kumiko Sakamoto
Director of Photography: Shunya Kimura
3D Director: Akio Shinohara* (Graphinica)
Sound Director: Kazuhiro Wakabayashi
Music: Naoki Sato
Animation Production: Bones
Production: BANDAI NAMCO Arts Inc., BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment, Hakuhodo DY Music & Pictures, Bones, MBS